A group of three or more crows is called a murder, but be assured no one will be killed in this class! Instead students will form silver wire elements and a frame created on the Now That’s a Jig! (the resting place for your very own murder of exclusive Diane Hawkey crow beads), and embellish their necklace with shiny crystals and beads, and a leather cord.
Students will Learn:
How to use the Now That’s a Jig! system to create wire elements, findings, and a framework that will support decorative beads and elements; techniques for wire-wrapping beads and elements to the focal frame.
Project will be completed in class
Minimum Age Requirement:
At least 16 years old.
Supplies to Bring:
Beading mat, bench block, chasing hammer, flush-cut wire cutters, metal files, plastic hammer, ruler.
Chainnose, needlenose, roundnose.
Materials in Kit:
Diane Hawkey crow beads, NTAJ! vellum pattern template, sterling silver wire, stone and crystal beads, leather cord, use of Now That's a Jig! and accessories.
One seat per person per class.